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GEOFFREY RUSH (Captain Barbossa), one of today's most respected actors, started his career in Australian theatre, and has since appeared in over 70 theatrical productions and more than 20 feature films. Following his surprise last-minute appearance in "Pirates of the Caribbean: Dead Man's Chest,” Rush now returns full-fledged in AT WORLD'S END.

Rush won an Emmy®, Golden Globe® and Screen Actors Guild Award® for his captivating performance in HBO Films' "The Life and Death of Peter Sellers,” in which he portrayed the title character. He was seen in the Academy Award®-nominated film "Munich,” working under the direction of Steven Spielberg, and recently filmed Universal Pictures' "Elizabeth: The Golden Age.”

Rush caught the eye of many for his starring role in Scott Hicks' feature film "Shine,” which garnered him an Academy Award® for Best Actor as piano prodigy David Helfgott. He also won a Golden Globe®, Screen Actors Guild®, British Academy of Film and Television Arts, Film Critics Circle of Australia, Broadcast Film Critics, AFI and New York and Los Angeles Film Critics' awards for the film. Rush also received an Academy Award® nomination for his performance in Philip Kaufman's "Quills” and an Academy Award® nomination and a Golden Globe® nomination for "Shakespeare in Love.”

Rush's other film credits include "Candy,” "Intolerable Cruelty,” "Finding Nemo,” "Ned Kelly,” "Lantana,” "Frida,” "The Tailor of Panama,” "House on Haunted Hill,” "Mystery Men,” "Elizabeth,” "Les Miserables,” "A Little Bit of Soul,” "Children of the Revolution,” "On Our Selection,” "Twelfth Night,” "Oscar and Lucinda” and "Starstruck.”

Rush received a degree in English at the University of Queensland before continuing at the Jacques Lecoq School of Mime, Movement and Theatre in Paris. Returning to Australia, he starred in the theatre production "King Lear” and appeared alongside Mel Gibson in "Waiting for Godot.”

He was a principal member of Jim Sharman's pioneering Lighthouse Ensemble in the early 1980s, playing leading roles in numerous classics. His work on stage garnered many accolades, including the Sydney Critics Circle Award for Most Outstanding Performance, the Variety Club Award for Best Actor and the 1990 Victorian Green Room Award for his lauded performance in Neil Armfield's "The Diary of a Madman.” He also received Best Actor nominations in the Sydney Critics Circle Awards for his starring roles in Gogol's "The Government Inspector,” Chekhov's "Uncle Vanya” and Mamet's "Oleanna.” In 1994, he received the prestigious Sidney Myer Performing Arts Award for his work in theatre. Rush resides in Melbourne, Australia, with his wife, Jane, and their two children.

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